Microsoft’s Xbox One is getting a multimedia terminal adapter.
The Microsoft video game console’s multimedia terminals will include support for high-definition video, audio, and text.
The company’s latest multimedia terminal adapters come with a number of video options, including a USB port for video playback, HDMI port for audio, DVI port for visual, and VGA port for game.
The HDMI port is likely to be used by Microsoft’s Kinect for Windows, but it also has a direct connection to a monitor.
The DVI-D port has a dual-link DVI input for video output.
The VGA-out port is the only other video connection, so the connector may support VGA output as well.
The new terminal adapters support video output at 1080p, 1080i, 720p, and 720p/60fps.
Microsoft has also launched a new version of its Microsoft Surface Hub with support for video.
Microsoft is also adding a second HDMI port to its Windows 10 PC, as well as a new USB-C port to expand its range of USB-powered peripherals.
This new addition to Microsoft’s lineup of video terminal adapters is similar to the USB-A-to-VGA adapters announced at CES earlier this year, which is also being marketed by Microsoft as a replacement for the previous USB-M-to, USB-V-to devices.
The USB-B to HDMI adapter will also be available.
This HDMI port has two connections: one for audio and one for video, though the latter connection is likely only used by external video devices.
Microsoft hasn’t specified whether the new video terminal adapter will work with existing Microsoft Surface devices.
It will likely work with Microsoft’s Surface Hub, but not with Surface RT, the upcoming Surface Pro 3, and Surface Pro 4, as that model lacks the video output connector.
The additional USB-D-to HDMI port will be a separate accessory.
The Windows 10 version of Microsoft’s new multimedia terminal converter includes a new video codec called H.265, a standard that can support up to 4K video at 30 frames per second, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft said it’s working with the video codec to support its new multimedia terminals.
The H.264 standard has been used to support video playback on PCs, Macs, and Android tablets.
It was introduced in 2018 by Intel and Adobe.
H.263 is a standard with a large number of support libraries and applications.
The format supports a wide range of video codecs and supports up to 10.5K resolutions, and it supports multiple frames per minute at 30 fps.
Microsoft’s latest video terminal converter is similar in functionality to that of its new Windows 10 device, which includes an HDMI-to USB-P port, an HDMI input port, and a USB-to DisplayPort port.
This USB-U-to Mini-DisplayPort adapter is similar, though it has an HDMI output and an audio input port.